"Azoitei, a Romanian trained at Juilliard and now teaching in London,
played with a fluid melodic sensbility and sparkling technique."
Washington Post, December 09
"Azoitei has all the requirements: marked sensitivity, a sweetness of tone
(but not over-succulence), an impressive emotional and dynamic range"
The Strad , May 07
"Violinist Remus Azoitei... eminent sense of tonal colour... technically sovereign...
fire as well as refinement."
Frankurter Allgemeine Zeitung , 13.09.08
"All five miniatures showcase the refined but vibrant style of Remus Azoitei,
a distinctive player... Azoitei combines temperament, mastery of idiom and
executive elegance in a very special way."
Gramophone , February 09
"Azoitei delivered a memorable programme in front of a packed Wigmore Hall,
and had the crowd cheering. He is one fine musician."
Sunday Express , 30.11.04
"In a hypnotic account of the Third Sonata, Azoitei and Stan demonstrate complete
empathy with the quasi-improvisatory nature of the writing. Superb playing also in
the Brahmsian First Sonata."
BBC Music Magazine , February 2009
"Violinist Remus Azoitei identifies completely with the music. He surmounts the music's
technical challenges with such ease you forget they are there and focus on the music's
Classical Source , 21.05.09
"Violinist Remus Azoitei partnered by Eduard Stan at Wigmore Hall... Enescu's
superb Impressions d'enfance... such a fine account, noble Third Sonata...
Brahms' Scherzo, lovingly and brilliantly played. Clearly, a memorable evening."
Musical Opinion , December 08
"It often seemed as if Azoitei was exploring every facet of tone that could be
drawn from the Academy's Maurin Stradivari, as he ranged across the strings with
fire and accuracy. It was exciting but always within the bounds of
concert-hall good manners."
The Strad , December 08